You definitely want to f*ck her but you don’t want to know her. You certainly don’t want to stay for breakfast…
Sarah Milton’s new one-woman play tells the story of one woman’s immediate response to a sexual assault, fueled by a toxic friendship and crisis of identity.
Two best friends are heading out for the night. Our protagonist, known as ‘She’, is hoping to win over her crush – Isaac the bartender, at their favourite joint. That night, her best friend Trixie decides to invite
a group of men home that she fancies, promoting She as her sexy, obtainable friend, to help seal the deal. But when She wakes up the next day, confused, sore, lying next to a man she doesn’t recognise, she is forced to re-evaluate everything she thinks she knows about her friendships, identity and sexuality.
This edition was published to coincide with the premiere at Park Theatre’s Come What May Festival 2022.
Do you remember the club, Amanda? Do you remember the club?
In addition to 4, this play text also includesMilton’s short spoken word piece The Night Tella which explores guilt, friendship and a night that should have ended in the chip shop.
In these two complementary new pieces, Sarah Milton offers powerful, female led narratives with strong, complex characters.